The Huntington News

Photo courtesy Tyler Blint-Welsh

NU alum Tyler Blint-Welsh was assaulted by the police. Professionals offer advice for student journalists 

Katie Mogg, news staff April 6, 2021

Last May, New York City Police Department officers attacked Tyler Blint-Welsh, Northeastern alum and current reporter for The Wall Street Journal, at a protest against police brutality following the death...

Northeastern announced April 6 that all students will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination by the start of the fall semester Sept. 8.

Northeastern sets COVID-19 vaccine requirement for fall semester

Marta Hill, deputy campus editor April 6, 2021

Almost a month after announcing the intent to return for a normal fall semester, Northeastern announced a COVID-19 vaccination requirement. All students must receive the vaccination by the first day of...

For the next two years, Javid Iqbal, a postdoctoral research fellow at Northeastern, will work at Moderna with the goal of revolutionizing drug development.

Northeastern partners with Moderna to establish fellowship

Marta Hill, deputy campus editor April 1, 2021

In many regards, academia and industry are remarkably separate — students learn things in the classroom that they may never apply in industry. For postdoctoral research fellow Javid Iqbal, however, the...

NEU SpeakOut highlights a culture of sexual assault within Greek life

NEU SpeakOut highlights a culture of sexual assault within Greek life

Julia Carlin, deputy campus editor April 1, 2021

Content Warning: This story discusses sexual assault and rape. When crossing through the doorway of a fraternity house on Mission Hill, many Northeastern students surrender themselves to the reality...

Husky Environmental Action Team, or HEAT, is launching an initiative with the goal of creating solar-powered charging stations on campus.

NU HEAT proposes solar charging initiative

Jessica Silverman, news staff March 31, 2021

As the weather warms up and more students opt to take their remote classes outside, the Husky Environmental Action Team, or HEAT, noticed an issue — the lack of phone and laptop chargers located outside.  To...

Starting March 5, meal exchanges are only available during the week in Curry Student Center.

Dining systems change following decreased demand 

Marta Hill, deputy campus editor March 30, 2021

After Northeastern Dining reevaluated the systems that had been in place since the start of the fall semester, starting March 5 students were confronted with changes to dining hours and meal exchange locations. Changes...

Signs around campus inform students of how to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Northeastern COVID-19 cases on the rise

Skye Richmond, breaking news editor March 28, 2021

Over the past week, Northeastern’s Boston campus has seen a steep rise in COVID-19 cases. As of March 27, the seven-day average positive test rate was 0.40%, more than double what it was a week ago....

Casey Buttke was elected SGA president last week.

Uncontested Buttke-Galinkin SGA slate elected with 86% support

Isaac Stephens and Annie Probert March 28, 2021

The Buttke-Galinkin slate, which ran uncontested, captured an overwhelming 86% of the vote in this year’s Student Government Association election. Casey Buttke and Izzy Galinkin will respectively serve...

More than 1,250 students, faculty and staff have co-signed a letter demanding action from the administration for greater funding, resources, transparency and other measures to address issues faced by the Asian American community.

NU Asian community demands university action, accountability for recurring issues

Kelly Chan, news staff March 27, 2021

Leaders of the Asian American community across Northeastern’s campuses nationwide are tired of not being heard.  More than 1,250 students, faculty and staff have co-signed a letter demanding action...

He was attacked on his way to work 45 years ago. But now Ted Landsmark is a ‘Boston legend’ for other reasons.

Ted Landsmark’s legacy is more than a photo

Riley Robinson, projects editor March 18, 2021

Ted Landsmark is a man of many “ands” — he is the director of the Myra Kraft Open Classroom and the Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, a Boston Development and Planning...

To address the gender disparity in STEM courses, Northeastern has created programs such as the Women in Engineering program, or WIE.

Women in STEM at Northeastern persevere through male-dominated classes

Cathy Ching, news correspondent March 18, 2021

Despite the rapid growth of students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, disciplines across universities nationwide, the percentage of female students in these majors has only...

Though usually commencement ceremonies are held at TD Garden, this year Northeastern will host in-person commencement ceremonies the weekend of May 8 at Fenway Park.

Northeastern updates plans to include in-person commencement for graduate students

Izzy Harris, news correspondent March 18, 2021

Northeastern released an update to 2021 commencement plans March 17 for an in-person ceremony for graduate students May 9. This served as an amendment to a Feb. 11  email, which outlined plans for graduate...

Load More Stories